*USAID and Sindh Government Open New Girls High School in Kashmore*

*USAID and Sindh Government Open New Girls High School in Kashmore*



*USAID and Sindh Government Open New Girls High School in Kashmore*

Kashmore – The Sindh Provincial government today inaugurated a newly completed girl’s high school at Kashmore Colony 01 which was constructed under the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) funded Sindh Basic Education Program.

USAID Deputy Director for Education Zaid A. Abuhouran and Secretary for Education and Literacy Department Ghulam Akbar Laghari attended the inauguration of the new state of the art school which will benefit over 1,200 students of the area.

The $159.2 million program has completed construction of 77 of a proposed 106 schools across ten districts of Sindh including Dadu, Jacobabad, Kamber-Shahdadkot, Karachi Malir, Karachi South, Karachi West, Kashmore, Khairpur, Larkana and Sukkur.


“The partnership between the U.S. Government and Sindh is showing great results through improved quality of education in public schools in the province,” Zaid A, Abuhouran said. “The Sindh Basic Education Program (SBEP) is helping to improve the quality of teaching and increase access to safe learning opportunities for children, especially for girls through engagement with the private sector.”

Secretary Education Ghulam Akbar Laghari expressed his appreciation for the U.S. Government’s strong support in modernizing education in Sindh through the province’s strong ongoing partnership with USAID Sindh. Community elders, teachers, students, and parents also participated in the event.